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Vizlib Scatter Chart - Reference Lines

Reference Objects


You can add the Reference objects to your Scatter Chart.



X- and Y- Axis Reference Lines


Reference lines are vertical or horizontal lines in a graph, related with user-defined values on the x-axis and y-axis respectively.  Mathematically speaking a horizontal reference line is displaying all x-values for a given y and a vertical reference line is displaying all y-values for a given x. You can add them easily in your Scatter Chart by just defining the values and labels for X- and Y-Axis reference lines.




Style each of your reference lines.

 

Label

  • Label Font Color

Choose the label color. 

  • Label Font Size

Set the font-size of the label. 

  • Label Font Family

Set the font Family of the label (choose one or define your own).

  • Label Font Style

Decide whether you wish to make the label bold/italic/underlined.

  • Drop Shadow

Adds shadow effects to your label. 

  • Label Orientation

Choose between vertical/ horizontal orientation. 















  • Label Position
Choose the top/ center/ bottom position for the Label on X-Axis reference line.
Choose the left/ center/ right position for the Label on Y-Axis reference line.

Line

  • Color

Define the color of your reference line. 

  • Width

Define the width (thickness) of your reference line. 

  • Style

Choose normal or dashed line style.



Show


Show/Hide the reference line depending on a calculation condition.




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